> In ftp I want to put a file from that ends in the current yyyymmdd. eg.
> filename_20000119 would be a the filename I want to put as it has the
> current date (when I wrote this message) Using the following doesn't
> work, any ideas?
> put *_`date '+%Y%m%d'`
Command substitution (the part between the single quotes `..`) is
done by the shell. You cannot use this syntax from the FTP client
Even If you wrote the date string by yourself, you should use
"mput" instead of "put":
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